A block relationship is a one-way connection between two users that indicates that one user would like to avoid communicating or interacting with the target user. A block can also refer to the action a user performs to add another user to their block list. Refer to Block lists.
A block list is a list of users that the current user has blocked. Blocked users can't interact with the user who blocked them. Refer to Block lists.
A friend is a user that’s on the current user’s friend list. Refer to Friends.
The friends list is a list of users with which the current user has a friend relationship. Refer to Friends list.
Incoming friend request
An incoming friend request is a friend request the current user receives from another user. These requests go into the current user's incoming friend requests list until they respond to the request. Refer to Friend requests.
Incoming friend request list
The incoming friend requests is a list of friend requests to the current user. Refer to Friend requests.
A set of users involved in a relationship.
Outgoing friend request
An outgoing friend request is a friend request the current user sends to another user. These requests go into the incoming friend requests list of the receiving user until they respond to the request. Refer to Friend requests.
Outgoing friend requests list
The outgoing friend requests is a list of friend requests from the current user to other users. Refer to Friend requests.
A user's presence availability is the status of a user. The status can be ONLINE, BUSY, AWAY, INVISIBLE, OFFLINE, or UNKNOWN. Refer to Presence.
A user's presence activity is an object you can use to store user metadata. An example of a user's presence activity might include any recent actions the user performed in your application, such as starting a game match. Refer to Presence.
A member of your game or application.